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Jin takes out club competition

Rashneel Kumar
Sunday, January 12, 2014

KOREAN Embassy's BC Jin won the Fiji Golf Club weekly competition in Vatuwaqa yesterday.

Jin scored 37 points to win the A-grade competition ahead of Mark Turner who managed the second place after beating Ngongo Tuineau on a countback. Both scored 35 points.

In the B-grade competition, John Aidong finished on top on 46 followed by SH Park and Jack Reddy in second and third place, respectively. Arvindra Kumar won the C-grade on 45 while ET Kim settled on second after scoring 40 points. Rishi Ram managed the third place after four-way countback battle on 39. The ladies division one prize was won by SH Lim on 34 while Kamini Singh took the ladies division two prize on 44.

The nearest-to-the-pin prizes went to T Hussein and Albert Mariner on the second and sixteenth holes, respectively.








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